“Blue Bloods” star Donnie Wahlberg took a minute to share some profound Thursday thoughts about giving “love” with “zero expectations.”
The 52-year-old singer-actor is right about that notion. Giving a little and not expecting anything in return is a good mantra for life.
The star posted a photo of himself with a wall of kisses. Wahlberg sat on a lip-shaped couch with a hand over his heart.
Not wanting someone to pay you back or reciprocate a kind act is also a leadership quality. And, really, the world will be a better place if we just helped out once in a while and stayed positive.
One “Blockhead” fan shared a photo of the two, and Wahlberg said it was the perfect example. Wahlberg affectionately calls his fans “Blockheads.”
Wahlberg Special Halloween Shows This Week
Donnie Wahlberg is gearing up for this week’s Halloween with an episode on Richard Ramirez for his “Very Scary #Halloween” series. The original series show airs on CNN’s sister network, HLN or more commonly known as Headline News.
The three-year-old show featured Ramirez, better known as “The Night Stalker,” on Tuesday.
Wahlberg’s show has looked at the dark lives of such criminals as Charles Manson, Aileen Wuornos, John Wayne Gacy, the Reverend Jim Jones, and many others.
Mondays Get Wahlberg Off And Running
The “Blue Bloods” star shared a friendly motivational letter of sorts to his fans earlier in the week.
On Monday, Wahlberg showed off some #MondayMotivation with himself in front of the gorgeous New York City skyline on Twitter and Instagram.
The “Blue Bloods” star’s post was kind of like a letter to that particularly hated, the first day of the week. But seeing Wahlberg’s infectious smile may have helped a few fans get a good jump on the week.
‘Blue Bloods’ Brother Opens Up About Early Career
Donnie’s brother, Mark, is a top box office star, and he’s been candid about his early life and career.
According to the U.K. Mirror, the star has acted in more than 60 films but has shared his regrets on making “Boogie Nights” in 1997. In it, he plays a porn star named Dirk Diggler, who started as a nightclub dishwasher.
Though the movie was big, it was only Mark Wahlberg’s third big movie at that point. But in a Q&A session in Chicago recently, the actor-singer wasn’t so keen on it.
“I just always hope that God is a movie fan and also forgiving because I’ve made some poor choices in my past,” Mark Wahlberg said.
While Mark Wahlberg was into his young film career, brother Donnie’s career was taking off too. Donnie Wahlberg made three movies in 1996, and one of them was Mel Gibson’s “Ransom.” The movie went on to earn $309 million at the box office.